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Mar 20, 2011 9:00pm EDT
, this is to be a joint operation, if necessary, carried out by britain, america, and france combined with other participation and it will be coordinated in that way. in terms of british nationals, obviously, almost all those who want to leave have left. there are some who remain. we have our relationship with the turkish embassy who is working with us in tripoli and we have an active counselor figure in been gauzy -- an active consular figure in bengazi. this is to make sure that humanitarian aid gets through. above all, as he said, any decision to put any men and women of armed forces in harm's way it should only be when aslan necessary. but i believe as he said that we cannot stand back and let a dictator kill his people indiscriminately. to do so would send a chilling signal to others. we should be clear about where our interests lie. in this country, we know that colonel gaddafi is capable of. we should not let him step onto british soil. we should not allow a situation their stateish stat should step on british soil. >> may i ask the prime minister whether, consistent with the un resolutio
CSPAN
Mar 21, 2011 12:00am EDT
reassurances. to be clear, to begin with, this is a joint operation. carried out by britain, america, and france, with arab and other participation and coordinated in that way. in terms of british nationals, obviously, all of those who want to leave have left. there are still some. we have a relationship with the turkish embassy, who are working with us and for us in tripoli, and we also have an active consular figure in benghazi. stopping gaddafi from going to bend gosling -- benghazi is in their interests. as he said, the decision to put our men and women into harm's way should only be taken when necessary. we cannot stand back and let a dictator kill his people indiscriminately. to do so would send a chilling signal to others, and that also believe we should be clear about where our interests lie. in this country, particularly, we know what abu dhabi is capable of. we cannot have a failed state on the border. >> malcom. >> may i congratulate him for his superb leadership that he and the foreign secretary have given it and at the united nations for securing this resolution, without
CSPAN
Mar 23, 2011 7:00am EDT
or missile defenses. the united states government will do what is necessary to protect america, our forces, our allies, and friends from attacks from countries outside of europe. not only has secretary clinton made the point, so has secretary gates, admiral mullen, general o'reilly, vice president biden and president obama. and i have said it before and i'm going to say it again, we will continue to develop and deploy effective missile defenses and to develop a budget even in these difficult times to implement our missile defense strategy. now, let me turn to europe and russia since our plans for a european missile defense architecture have gotten so much attention there. the united states has no more important security relationship than we do with our nato allies in europe. that relationship continues to grow. when i first started working on missile defense issues around 1997, our nato and european allies were very skeptical, to say the least. but there's been a huge change in europe's attitude. and particularly nato's attitude toward missile defense. i've been impressed with my counterpa
CSPAN
Mar 9, 2011 7:00am EST
. if we had the same rate of women setting up small businesses here as in america we would have tens of thousands of extras businesses creating wealth and jobs. >> dave milliband. >> mr. speaker, can i start by paying tribute to lance corporal liam tasker from the royal army veterinary corps. he was doing a job that put him in such danger and he showed extraordinary bravery and courage. we remember him and we pass on deep condolences to family and friends. mr. speaker, can the prime minister tell who passed the anything else benefit ghazi? >> let me say very clearly -- let me say very clear i take full responsibility everything that my government does. >> dave miliband. >> mr. speaker, i'm grateful for him saying that and i want to support him on libya wherever i can. by do say to him there is increasing concern about the government's competence on the issue of libya. we've had the flights feas cho we had talk of colonel gadhafi heading to venezuela when he wasn't. we had overblown briefing about potential military action. and we had the setback last weekend. mr. speaker, does the pr
CSPAN
Mar 13, 2011 9:00pm EDT
businesses here as in america we would have tens of thousands of extra businesses creating wealth and jobs. >> mr. speaker, can i start by paying tribute to lance corporal lee yam to the rural army veterinary corps. he was doing a job that put him in such danger and he showed extraordinary bravery and courage. we pass on deep condolences to his family and friends. who authorized the mission in ben gazzea last weekend. tr the secretary set out the position on monday. let me say very clearly i take full responsibility for everything that my government does. mr. speaker i am grateful for him saying that and i want to supt him on libya wherever i can. but i do thank him. there is increasing concern about the government's competence on the issue of libya. we have had the feast co, we have had talk of colonel gaddafi heading to mr. speaker does the prime minister think it is just a problem with the foreign secretary or is there a wider problem with his government? >> i am not sure i want to take a lecture from labor about dealing with gaddafi. i think the first thing we should have from the labo
CSPAN
Mar 14, 2011 12:00am EDT
is some, if we have the same rate of women setting up businesses as america, we would have tens of thousands of extra business is creating wealth and jobs. >> i start by paying tribute to lance corporal liam tasker from the royal army veterinary corps. he was doing a job that put him in such danger and he should extraordinary bravery and courage. we remember him and we pass on deep condolences to his family and friends. can the prime minister tell us who authorizes the mission ending gauzy last week that -- last weekend? >> the foreign secretary set up the position absolutely in full in the house on monday, but let me say clearly that i take full responsibility for everything that my government do. >> i am grateful to the prime minister for saying that. i want to support him in libya when it -- wherever i can, but there is increasing concern about the government's competence on the issue. we have had the flights fiasco, talk of colonel gaddafi heading to venezuela when he was not, overblown briefing about potentially military action, and the setback last again. does the prime mi
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